Rise of Segregation PowerPoint

Rise of Segregation PowerPoint
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10 Power Point slides and 2 pages of guided notes. This lesson discusses the rise of segregation after Reconstruction. It is a great lesson to introduce how segregation really began in our country.

Life for African Americans after Reconstruction
Black Republicans and the role of Democrats in the South
Poll Taxes and other voting restrictions
Jim Crow Laws
Plessy v Ferguson
Ida B. Wells
Booker T. Washington
W.E.B. Dubois


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